Will Syria See The End Of The Political Pandemonium?

December 19, 2011 - 1 minute read

TIME Magazine

Recent news of Libyans close to achieving victory has provided impetus to more changes in the regions – Iraq, Tunisia, and Egypt. Syria is on the boil considering the fall of Tripoli.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned the opponent countries that any military action against Syria would backfire. The gunshot accidents killing two people and wounding four and the attacks on the opponent shops as well as the death of 2000 odd civilians during pro-democracy protests are some of the menaces following the external pressure. Nato forces are in support of the Libyan rebels and are seeking to topple Muammar Gaddafi, but no country has yet proposed the kind of action against Syria.

“As for the threat of a military action, any action against Syria will have greater consequences, greater than they can tolerate,” said Assad in an interview broadcast by Syrian television on Sunday.

UN has been putting in consistent efforts to maintain peace and security in the world, however support from various countries is vital for reducing the violations and restoring peace internationally. US is trying to get more sanctions to support the international campaign from countries like India and China in order to end the authoritarian regime in Syria.Considering the mayhem and chaos in Syria, will Syria see the end of the political conflict and a peaceful tomorrow?